Hans Aberg writes:
> Experimenting with laserprinting showed that 300 dpi is too low for
> displaying fonts correctly, so one needs at least 600 dpi for that. But to
> be on the sure side, laser probably want 1200 dpi.
i swear to you, i was _happy_ with 300 dpi for at least 7 years. its
nonsensical, IMHO, to say that 300 dpi cannot display fonts
correctly. *some* fonts come out badly, most don't
> So, before that happens, it will not be possible to design documents to be
> read on the screen if that is to contain the (graphical) information we are
> used to on paper.
how does this follow at all? are you telling me you cannot read 24pt
Lucida New Math on screen?